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07-29-2009 15:26:50

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Is there any in line filter for a gravity fuel system that will work. Anything I have seen used starves the engine under a light load

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Ken in AZ

07-30-2009 22:23:57

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 Re: Case S Fuel in reply to AZ GARY, 07-29-2009 15:26:50  
Have you tried a little more fuel in the tank? I use filters on D's that are the garden variety in line but it takes a little more fuel in the tank to keep them working right. The big thing is getting the tank clean the first time then the filters work fine (for me anyway).

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07-29-2009 17:17:17

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 Re: Case S Fuel in reply to AZ GARY, 07-29-2009 15:26:50  
a good sendiment bowl with screen will do all that is requires but you can buy inline strainers that you can take apart to clean or replace the screen, the ones I use on one of my pullers has a glass body with metal ends, any parts store should be able to get them, Mr. Gasket and Purolator offers them, inline filters are made to be used under pressure and fuel flow slows rapidly with some dirt if not under pressure.

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